The Childhood Years

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  • 1969
  • 6 Seasons

Playing Together The Cliques That Click! Many methods used in management training these days use role-plays, which involve remembering the games the participants played as children. They are asked to remember running around with childhood friends pretending to be cowboys and Indians, cops and robbers, or heroes and villains. This allowed them to learn and cherish values.

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Martinez, California Scenes
4. Martinez, California Scenes
 
Scenes shot in Martinez, Contra Costa County, California, on San Pablo Bay, apparently in the late 1920s. Images include: pans over the waterfront; workers at the Bay Specialty Company; the erection of the American Plywood factory; white-collar men exiting a meeting, greeting the camera and tipping their hats; workers at the Martinez Steam Laundry posing; and more.
The Sixth Chair
3. The Sixth Chair
 
Problems of underfunded and outdated schools. Highlights such problems in education as building construction & modernization, class size, more teachers & up-to-date educational tools. Portrays dangers of public complacency toward education. Producer: Jam Handy Organization. Sponsor: National School Service Institute.
Education is Good Business
2. Education is Good Business
 
Contrasts a community in which business and industry support their schools with another where they do not. Shows how education influences the standard of living in a community. Producer: General Pictures Productions. Sponsor: U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Year: 1947. Length: 00:09:26. Audio: Mono. Color.
The Children Must Learn
1. The Children Must Learn
 
This film is an authentic record of real people, living their usual lives. It documents one of several experiments carried on by various state universities -- experiments sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Inc. -- to discover what schools can do to raise the level of living in the communities they serve.
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Playing Together The Cliques That Click! Many methods used in management training these days use role-plays, which involve remembering the games the participants played as children. They are asked to remember running around with childhood friends pretending to be cowboys and Indians, cops and robbers, or heroes and villains. This allowed them to learn and cherish values.